Wednesday, 24 June 2009

Moviestorm effects 11: Night

You may remember, how in the dim and distant past, the first filter we showed you was night vision? Well, here's the companion to it, the night filter. Many night shots aren't actually shot at night, for all sorts of reasons. They're shot in daylight and then tweaked to look like night. This gives everything a blue tinge, and then changes the luminosity to match human night perception. You can adjust the intensity to go from really dark to post twilight or full moon.

Anyway, here's a recap of the visual effects filters we've shown you so far:

  1. Night vision
  2. Sepia toning
  3. Black and white
  4. Greyscale with red boost
  5. Halftone
  6. Negative
  7. Glow
  8. Bloom
  9. Camera shake
  10. Ripple distortion
  11. Night

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